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Hotel Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty was sculpted by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and offered to the United States by the French to commemorate the centennial of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence, on October 28, 1886. The official name of the monument is the Liberty Enlightening the World and the copper statues conceptor obtained a U.S. patent for its structure. The inner structure of the statue was conceived by Maurice Koechlin, chief engineer of Gustave Eiffel's engineering company, and designer of the Tour Eiffel. The statue measures 46 metres high without the pedestal and foundation, which measure a further 47 metres. Known worldwide as one of America's most famous icons, the Statue of Liberty stands on a 12 acre New York Island, Liberty Island. To cross the Atlantic, the statue was shipped onto the French Frigate, Isère, in 350 individual pieces, representing 214 crates. The Island can be reached by ferry and is open to visitors from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The statue houses a museum where the original torch can be seen.
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Reviews Statue of Liberty
The lady carries a torch for you!
Reviewed December 2011 by garymarsh6
Think of America and one can immediately conjure up an image of one of the most popular associations of America that being the Statue of Liberty in New York. The statue of Liberty is synonymous with everything about the United States and represents freedom America being the land of the free. Where is the Statue of Liberty? The Statue of Liberty was erected on a small island originally called Bedloe’s Island opposite Manhattan Island and ...
Reviews more than 5 years old Statue of Liberty
An honourable gift and a popular icon
Reviewed February 2009 by Dalka
I was very excited when I realized we will go to the Statue of Liberty. I have seen it on TV and had been excited ever since I realized I was going to the States. I was not sure that we will be able to visit it, but I was expecting a miracle. We got our travel guide information, and the meeting point was well known. I woul say that you better do a tour, than go by yourself. Also, plan well in advance, as the ferry is crowded. When you go, be ...
Liberty in all but action
Reviewed April 2007 by toombsey
I booked my tickets for the Statue of Liberty on the web, the day after they allowed booking. I was very excited and booked tickets to go to the second level of the statue, where you can see through a glass ceiling to see the inside of the building and can also get a higher viewing platform or so I thought. The e-mail confirmation suggested getting to the departure point Battery Park -- two hours before our 12:45pm tour. When we arrived, ...
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